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Materials in Patapon 2 are used to upgrade and evolve Patapon and unlock new Rarepons. Unlike Patapon 1, where Rarepons were based on mathematic system, the Evolution Map shows what and how many of a material is needed to improve a Patapon.

Meats

Meats are used to upgrade Yaripons, Tatepons, and Dekapons. Meat is mainly obtained by hunting common wild animals such as Kacheeks and Mochichis. Manboth and Manboroth drop meats of all levels. Level 1 - 4 meat can also be obtained by playing the Ubo Bon and Pan Pakapon minigame.

Item Description Sources
Cafeteria Meat
Cafeteria Meat
The elders tell the young Patapons, "If it fills your stomach, don't complain." Everyone must eat this meat sometime.
  • Kacheeks
  • Sand Kacheeks
  • Snow Kacheeks
  • Stone Kacheeks
  • Swamp Kacheeks
  • Manboth
  • Manboroth
Tender Meat
Tender Meat
Patapons love this soft, luscious meat, but they can rarely eat it, even on their birthdays.
  • Mochichis
  • Manboth
  • Manboroth
Succulent Meat
Succulent Meat
This legendary marbled meat melts like cotton candy, but Patapons prefer a heartier meal.
Mystery Meat
Mystery Meat
Tribal records make no reference to this elusive meat. As rumors go, it's said it tastes like chicken.
Demon Meat
Demon Meat
A succulent meat full of flavor and a deliciously hypnotizing aroma. Rumored to eternally haunt those who taste its meaty goodness.
  • Manboth
  • Manboroth

Hides

Hides are used to upgrade Tatepons, Kibapons, Dekapons, and Robopons. Hides are dropped by a wide variety of wild animals, including Babattos, Rappatas, and Pekkoras. Goruru and Garuru drop hides of all levels. Level 1 - 4 hides can also be obtained by playing the Ubo Bon and Pan Pakapon minigame.

Item Description Sources
Berara Hide
Berara Hide
A heavy, greasy hide, delicately treated by the finest artisans in Patapolis.
  • Kacheeks
  • Sand Kacheeks
  • Snow Kacheeks
  • Stone Kacheeks
  • Swamp Kacheeks
  • Mochichis
  • Babattos
  • Zubattos
  • Dobattos
  • Rappatas
  • Pekkorakos
  • Goruru
  • Garuru
Gotsutsu Hide
Gotsutsu Hide
A hide scarred with an uneven surface. The hide is so thick and tough it's difficult to treat it cleanly.
  • Sand Kacheeks
  • Snow Kacheeks
  • Stone Kacheeks
  • Swamp Kacheeks
  • Momitis
  • Zubattos
  • Dobattos
  • Pekkorakos
  • Goruru
  • Garuru
Subebe Hide
Subebe Hide
A beautiful, smooth hide. Patapons never stop fighting each other to obtain its silky warmth.
  • Sand Kacheeks
  • Snow Kacheeks
  • Stone Kacheeks
  • Motsitsis
  • Dobattos
  • Pekkoras
  • Goruru
  • Garuru
Mezura Hide
Mezura Hide
An extremely rare hide. Many go in search of it in the hopes that it will make them extremely wealthy.
  • Sand Kacheeks
  • Dobattos
  • Pekkoras
  • Goruru
  • Garuru
Demon Hide
Demon Hide
A suspicious, gaudily-colored hide. Its texture makes it appear wet, but touching its softness leaves one with a sick feeling.
  • Goruru
  • Garuru

Fangs

Fangs are used to upgrade Yaripons, Tatepons, Yumipons, and Dekapons. Fangs are dropped by uncommon wild animals, such as Uji. Centura and Darantula drop fangs of all levels. Level 1 - 4 fangs can also be obtained by playing the Ubo Bon and Pan Pakapon minigame.

Item Description Sources
Kuneri Fang
Kuneri Fang
A magnificent, warped fang. It can be shaved down to use as a weapon, and also serves well as equipment.
  • Kacheeks
  • Sand Kacheeks
  • Snow Kacheeks
  • Stone Kacheeks
  • Swamp Kacheeks
  • Babattos
  • Zubattos
  • Dobattos
  • Centura
  • Darantula
Itete Fang
Itete Fang
A large fang boasting a very sharp point. It's said that you can know a hunter's true skill by how many of these he's had to remove from his neck.
  • Sand Kacheeks
  • Snow Kacheeks
  • Stone Kacheeks
  • Swamp Kacheeks
  • Babattos
  • Zubattos
  • Dobattos
  • Centura
  • Darantula
Gizaza Fang
Gizaza Fang
The tip of this fang contains countless tiny barbs. Anyone pierced by this fang will pay a terrible price trying to remove it.
  • Sand Kacheeks
  • Snow Kacheeks
  • Stone Kacheeks
  • Dobattos
  • Ujis
  • Centura
  • Darantula
Nazozo Fang
Nazozo Fang
A fang of dark mysterious origins. It is said that whoever possesses this fang will be blessed with great fortune.
  • Sand Kacheeks
  • Dobattos
  • Centura
  • Darantula
Demon Fang
Demon Fang
A fang rumored to be taken from a monster. It warps in a highly unpleasant fashion. Its sharpness suggests that it is not of this world.
  • Centura
  • Darantula

Bones

Bones are used to upgrade Yaripons, Yumipons, Kibapons, and Dekapons. Bones are only dropped by Mochichi and its relatives, making it difficult to obtain in large amounts. Mochichichi and Fenicchi drop bones of all levels. Level 1 - 4 bones can also be obtained by playing the Ubo Bon and Pan Pakapon minigame.

Item Description Sources
Mudada Bone
Mudada Bone
The bone of a small animal. Probably killed by a larger animal. They're often found in clumps of grass.
  • Mochichi
  • Mochichichi
  • Fenicchi
Gashirin Bone
Gashirin Bone
A large, sturdy bone. It is written that our ancient ancestors once used these bones as weapons.
  • Momoti
  • Mochichichi
  • Fenicchi
Dodeka Bone
Dodeka Bone
A large bone from the carcass of a large beast. These huge bones are often used as the central pillars in homes.
  • Motsitsi
  • Mochichichi
  • Fenicchi
Ottoma Bone
Ottoma Bone
A huge bone with an unusual shape. No one knows what part of the animal it came from.
  • Mochichichi
  • Fenicchi
Demon Bone
Demon Bone
A sinister bone said to bring ill fortune on whoever possesses it. Appropriate that it's an indispensable ingredient in black magic.
  • Mochichichi
  • Fenicchi

Minerals

Minerals are used to upgrade Yaripons, Tatepons, Yumipons, and Kibapons. Minerals can be obtained by destroying environmental structures and Karmen buildings. Dodonga, Majidonga, and Kacchindonga drop minerals of all levels. Level 1 - 4 minerals can also be obtained by playing the Rumble Thump the Baby Mountain and Kon Kinpon minigame.

Item Description Sources
Stone
Stone
A common stone, full of impurities, but vital nevertheless.
  • Grass
  • Flowers
  • Dirt mounds
  • Rock piles
  • Karmen structures
  • Dodonga
  • Majidonga
  • Kacchindonga
Hard Iron
Hard Iron
Much blood has spilled in conflicts surrounding claims to this rare metal according to Zigoton myth.
  • Karmen structures
  • Dodonga
  • Majidonga
  • Kacchindonga
Titanium Ore
Titanium Ore
Legend has it that this tough, lightweight ore was granted to the Patapons by none other than Almighty.
  • Dodonga
  • Majidonga
  • Kacchindonga
Mithril
Mithril
This magical metal is the lightest and sturdiest of all. It is used to forge divine tools of war.
  • Dodonga
  • Majidonga
  • Kacchindonga
Adamantite
Adamantite
A legendary ore born from the Earth, ranking number one in hardness and shine. Weapons made from this stone will possess a terrifying power.
  • Dodonga
  • Majidonga
  • Kacchindonga

Wood

Wood is used to upgrade Yumipons, Kibapons, Megapons, and Toripons. Wood can be obtained by destroying environmental structures and Karmen buildings, as well as hunting Poocheeks. Gaeen and Dogaeen drop wood of all levels. Level 1 - 4 wood can also be obtained by playing the Ubo Bon and Pan Pakapon minigame.

Item Description Sources
Wood Branch
Wood Branch
Available in abundance, except when you really need them.
  • Grass
  • Flowers
  • Beehives
  • Fences
  • Karmen structures
  • Gaeen
  • Dogaeen
Cherry Tree
Cherry Tree
According to legend, the ancient colossal cherry trees in the East are resting deities.
  • Fences
  • Karmen structures
  • Gaeen
  • Dogaeen
Hinoki
Hinoki
Legends say that even the Mighty Great Patapon's home is made up of this sacred Hinoki timber.
  • Gaeen
  • Dogaeen
Super Cedar
Super Cedar
The Mighty Patapon speaks of a legendary island where Super Cedars eternally watch over the forests.
  • Gaeen
  • Dogaeen
Bowtie Tree
Bowtie Tree
Long ago, a lone Pata-monk reached Nirvana beneath this massive tree. Its trunk, said to posses a special power, will stay fresh for eternity.
  • Gaeen
  • Dogaeen

Vegetables

Vegetables are used to upgrade Megapons, Toripons, Robopons, and Mahopons. Vegetables are mainly obtained by playing the Pop Bean the Legume and Fah Zakpon minigame, but can also be dropped by Rappatas and Karmen structures. Zaknel and Dokaknel drop vegetables of all levels.

Item Description Sources
Eyeball Cabbage
Eyeball Cabbage
Every Patapon loves nice, fresh cabbage.
  • Rappatas
  • Karmen structures
  • Zaknel
  • Dokaknel
Blood Carrot
Blood Carrot
These carrots sprout en masse after a brutal battle.
  • Zaknel
  • Dokaknel
Predator Pumpkin
Predator Pumpkin
Those who attempt to eat this unique vegetable end up being its prey.
  • Zaknel
  • Dokaknel
Moor Morel
Moor Morel
A potent morel that cause drowsiness on all that come across its scent. Accidentally eating one can cause strange behavior!
  • Zaknel
  • Dokaknel
Guddorian
Guddorian
Called by some the King of Fruits. When one starts to eat it, its powerful aroma spreads so rapidly, one is in danger of losing consciousness.
  • Zaknel
  • Dokaknel

Seeds

Seeds are used to upgrade Toripons and Megapons. Seeds can only be found by hunting Gancheeks, and fighting Shookle and Shooshookle, who drop seeds of all levels. Unlike other materials, seeds have no minigame source.

Item Description Sources
Kasu Seed
Kasu Seed
An ordinary, easy-to-acquire seed. It will put down sturdy roots in any kind of soil.
  • Gancheeks
  • Shookle
  • Shooshookle
Yoka Seed
Yoka Seed
A sturdy seed, albe to turn any desert into a blossoming flower field overnight. It's rumored to have been spread by traveling merchants.
  • Gancheeks
  • Shookle
  • Shooshookle
Deka Seed
Deka Seed
A massive seed as large as a fist. It's covered with an extremely hard shell, so that no matter how hard you hit it, you can't split it in two.
  • Shookle
  • Shooshookle
Bibi Seed
Bibi Seed
A twisted seed, covered in countless thorns. The truth is, no one knows where it came from.
  • Shookle
  • Shooshookle
Mater Seed
Mater Seed
The seed of Mater the Tree of Life. It's an extremely precious seed and its existence is symbol of hope for the Patapon's future.
  • Shookle
  • Shooshookle

Alloys

Alloys are used to upgrade Megapons, Toripons, Megapons, and Mahopons. Alloys are dropped by Parcheeks, as well as Kanogias and Ganodias, who drop alloys of all levels. Alloys can also be forged at the Fwoosh Famooze the Anvil and Ton Kampon minigame, but requires minerals to be used.

Item Description Sources
Blunt Alloy
Sloppy Alloy
This poorly-forged reject alloy still gets the job done.
  • Parcheek
  • Kanogias
  • Ganodias
Hard Alloy
Hard Alloy
This expertly-forged alloy is a valuable resource.
  • Parcheek
  • Kanogias
  • Ganodias
Awesome Alloy
Awesome Alloy
This exceedingly rare high-quality steel is as precious as gold.
  • Kanogias
  • Ganodias
Magic Alloy
Magic Alloy
A magical alloy forged by Patapon ancestors during the tribe's peak.
  • Kanogias
  • Ganodias
Demon's Ore
Demon's Ore
Magical steel, sealed by the ancestors of the Patapon race that flourished in ancient times.
  • Kanogias
  • Ganodias

Juices

Juices are used to upgrade Megapons, Robopons, and Mahopons. Juices are dropped by Babattos and its relatives. Ciokina and Cioking drop juices of all levels. Level 1 - 4 juices can also be obtained by playing the Juice Machine and Tsun Tsukupon minigame.

Item Description Sources
Familiar Juice
Familiar Juice
Thin, transparent juice. It doesn't really have a remarkable flavor, but drinking it will refresh you instantly.
  • Babattos
  • Zubattos
  • Dobattos
  • Ciokina
  • Cioking
Hot Juice
Hot Juice
Boiling juice capped by an unsteady mountain of froth. Blow on it before you drink it, or you might end up with severe burns.
  • Zubattos
  • Dobattos
  • Ciokina
  • Cioking
Cold Juice
Cold Juice
Juice that has been chilled too much and is on the verge of freezing. Just one sip will chill the body to the core and cause a gnarly brain freeze.
  • Dobattos
  • Ciokina
  • Cioking
Rainbow Juice
Rainbow Juice
A liquid that reflects the colours of the rainbow when hit by sunlight. Its seven sweet flavours are a pleasure for the palate.
  • Ciokina
  • Cioking
Demon Juice
Demon Juice
Crazy colorful vapors froth from this strange juice. Anyone who can stomach it is considered a brave warrior.
  • Ciokina
  • Cioking

Gathering Tips

Minigames

The minigames found in Patapolis can provide an abundance of lower level materials at the cost of some Ka-ching. The quality of the materials gained is based on the minigames' difficulty level and the player's performance.

Minigame Materials
Ubo Bon the Tree and Pan Pakapon
  • Level 1-4 Meats
  • Level 1-4 Hides
  • Level 1-4 Fangs
  • Level 1-4 Bones
  • Level 1-4 Woods
Pop Bean the Legume and Fah Zakpon
  • Level 1-4 Vegetables
Rumble Thump the Baby Mountain and Kon Kinpon
  • Level 1-4 Minerals
Fwoosh Famooze the Anvil and Ton Kampon
  • Level 1-5 Alloys
Juice Machine and Tsun Tsukupon
  • Level 1-4 Juices

Bosses

Bosses will always drop a material when staggered. If the boss is afflicted by a status effect, such as sleep, knockback, or freeze, a stagger will guarantee a level 3+ material. The most effective combination of Rarepons for staggering bosses are Menyokki and Mashu Rarepons. Menyokki Rarepons excel in the CNC, or Stagger, rate. Mashu Rarepons specialize in both Sleep and Knockback rates, making them the most multi-purpose Rarepon for inflicting status effects.

Yumipons are the ideal Class to evolve as they have the greatest range of attack and shoot thrice as fast when in Fever mode. However, a melee squad is viable as they can easily and quickly pick up materials dropped by bosses.

Wep

Wep

Weps are creatures that may appear during hunting missions. By playing the song inscribed on their totem poles, they will eventually rise out of the ground and reward a random level 2 or level 5 material.

Weps can be found:

Training Courses

Training Courses can be completed to obtain random level 2 or level 5 materials. Two training courses can be accessed:

Unit Upgrading

Class Level 1+ Level 3+ Level 6+
Yaripon
  • Minerals
  • Fangs
  • Meats
  • Bones
Tatepon
  • Meats
  • Minerals
  • Fangs
  • Hides
Yumipon
  • Fangs
  • Bones
  • Minerals
  • Wood
Kibapon
  • Bones
  • Wood
  • Hides
  • Minerals
Dekapon
  • Hides
  • Meats
  • Bones
  • Fangs
Megapon
  • Wood
  • Vegetables
  • Juices
  • Alloys
Toripon
  • Vegetables
  • Alloys
  • Wood
  • Seeds
Robopon
  • Alloys
  • Hides
  • Vegetables
  • Juices
Mahopon
  • Seeds
  • Juices
  • Alloys
  • Vegetables

See Also

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